Trintech: Using Automation To Comply With The COSO 2013 Framework

The COSO Internal Control Integrated Framework has recently been updated to reflect transformations in business and operating environments. Originally published in 1992, the updated framework now addresses an increasing dependency on software and IT infrastructure, the growing popularity of joint ventures and outsourcing, as well as rising demands for organizational accountability. Although the intent of the framework has not changed, the underlying principles have been refined to provide

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